The “world’s most expensive dress,” which was worn by Marilyn Monroe, is now on display for a limited time at Ripley’s Believe It or Not! Orlando. [Read more…]
Coaster fans eager to experience SeaWorld’s newest attraction can get one of the coveted first rides on Mako through a seat auction benefiting Give Kids the World. [Read more…]
The sixth annual Entertainment Designer Forum will feature some of the top creative minds behind Central Florida’s theme parks and a silent auction of theme park memorabilia for charity. [Read more…]
The fifth annual Entertainment Designer Forum will feature some of the top creative minds behind Central Florida’s theme parks giving panels, talking to fans and auctioning off rare theme park memorabilia for charity. [Read more…]
Fans of custom-made Vinylmations will have the chance to take home some special figures at a charity art auction, while helping out an artist recently diagnosed with a brain tumor. [Read more…]
The Entertainment Designer Forum is coming back to the Orange County Regional History Center for the fourth year in a row on March 8, 2013. It will feature some of the top creative minds behind Central Florida’s theme parks giving panels, talking to fans and auctioning off rare theme park memorabilia for charity. [Read more…]
If you’re interested in how the creative ideas for The Wizarding World of Harry Potter, Halloween Horror Nights and other theme park attractions are created, you’ll want to attend the Entertainment Designer Forum this Friday night. And you’ll be helping a good cause as well.
Billed as an evening with top designers in the entertainment industry, two sessions will be held at the Mad Cow Theatre in downtown Orlando to benefit the American Cancer Society Relay for Life in honor of Stephanie Girard. The panel will discuss their styles and philosophy in designing theme park and film sets. The panel members will take questions after each presentation. In addition to the talks, a silent auction will offer some one-of-a-kind theme park memorabilia, including rare Halloween Horror Nights collectables. [Read more…]
An International Drive hot spot in past years, the Friday’s Front Row Sports Bar near Sand Lake Road recently closed down. But if you’re a fan of the restaurant, or just a fan of good deals on used restaurant equipment, you have a chance to own a piece of the restaurant.
Penny Worley Auctioneers is holding an online auction of various items from the restaurant. “This is a huge auction,” auctioneer Jerry Jenkins said. “This is the second largest T.G.I. Fridays in the country, there are over 130 TVs in this auction plus a huge digital marquis display sign.”
Other items include: sports memorabilia, glasses, coolers, freezers, fryers, ovens, grills, microwaves, shelving, small wares, ice machines, prep tables, sandwich tables, dining room tables and chairs, barstools, bar equipment, beer coolers, bar sinks, stainless steel equipment, beer tap systems and more.
The online auction is open to the public. Bidding closes Sunday, April 18, 2010. Bidders must register prior to bidding. To check out the items and place a bid, visit WorleyAuctioneers.com.